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Originally Posted by Kozmos View Post

I faced this too with WF, especially with FB and youtube where you can find flash player is playing great role. I faced the same slowing down/lagging issue as well.

I tested this with FF 33.0.0/1/2 to see if it will be the same situation, but the problem has disappeared.

Also I would like to add that WF 32.0 was working fine with no slowing down with flash player contents.

Maybe it has something to do with compiling the newer version of WF?

OR maybe it has something to do with an addon (Ad Block Plus) is making some conflicts with flash player?

This is something I can't tell cause I did not test it.

Hmm, interesting. I reverted to 32.0.3 and I'll try to test that. I hope I won't encounter frequent Flash player crashes also.
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I must say, I'm very impressed, I'm currently using it and I love it one bit so far biggrin.gif - Finally they decided to make 64 bit Firefox biggrin.gif
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I meant to say so for sometime now, since the MAC release of WF anyway, that all is well on the MAC front and I glad to say I am now using WF 100% across all my machines. Thanks Alex...great work!
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I don't know if this has anything to do with Flash, but it's a problem for me. I'm very active on G+, and usually check notifications through Gmail. Can't do this anymore. I just get a really quick "error" message, then it goes into an endless loading loop. Works fine in Chrome, which seems to be more flash-friendly, but I hate Chrome.
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Hmm, interesting. I reverted to 32.0.3 and I'll try to test that. I hope I won't encounter frequent Flash player crashes also.

Good luck..
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Originally Posted by amiew View Post

I don't know if this has anything to do with Flash, but it's a problem for me. I'm very active on G+, and usually check notifications through Gmail. Can't do this anymore. I just get a really quick "error" message, then it goes into an endless loading loop. Works fine in Chrome, which seems to be more flash-friendly, but I hate Chrome.

Then there is another possible reason maybe causing this problem.

Would you mind posting the names of all plugins and addons you are using with WF?
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Originally Posted by Kozmos View Post

Good luck..
Then there is another possible reason maybe causing this problem.

Would you mind posting the names of all plugins and addons you are using with WF?

I've had most of these extensions forever, and they update automatically.

Extensions:

AdblockPlus
Adblock Plus Pop-up Addon
Check4Change
Classic Retweet
Classic Theme Restorer
Download Helper 4.9.24
EverSync
Forecastfox
google-no-tracking-url
Greasemonkey
Integrated Google Calendar
JavaScript Debugger
LastPass
Lazarus Form Recovery
Lightbeam
Multiple Tab Handler
PageRank for Firefox
Pin It button
Redirect Cleaner
Reminder Fox
Screengrab
ShareThis
Simple Timer
StumbleUpon
The Addon Bar (restored)
Troubleshooter
Tumblr Post
X-notifier

Plugins

Shockwave Flash 15.0.0.189
VLC Web Plugin 2.1.3.0

Greasemonkey Scripts

Turkmaster
Turkopticon
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Originally Posted by amiew View Post

I've had most of these extensions forever, and they update automatically.

Extensions:

AdblockPlus
Adblock Plus Pop-up Addon
Check4Change
Classic Retweet
Classic Theme Restorer
Download Helper 4.9.24
EverSync
Forecastfox
google-no-tracking-url
Greasemonkey
Integrated Google Calendar
JavaScript Debugger
LastPass
Lazarus Form Recovery
Lightbeam
Multiple Tab Handler
PageRank for Firefox
Pin It button
Redirect Cleaner
Reminder Fox
Screengrab
ShareThis
Simple Timer
StumbleUpon
The Addon Bar (restored)
Troubleshooter
Tumblr Post
X-notifier

Plugins

Shockwave Flash 15.0.0.189
VLC Web Plugin 2.1.3.0

Greasemonkey Scripts

Turkmaster
Turkopticon

AdblockPlus
Adblock Plus Pop-up

These two. try to disable both of these addons and try again.

Any enhancement?
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Is it recommended for WF/FF to have each tab run their individual process?
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WebGL (more specifically, the WebGL test element in Browsermark) worked in 32.0.3 for me, now crashes in 33... What's the status on that by now?
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Still have issues with getting WebGL to not crash! I've looked at the changes to WebGL in FF33 but nothing should be causing this. Maybe there are compiler flags Intel C++ (would be odd though) doesn't like.

What's even more frustrating is that when I run a debug build, WebGL works! So it's almost impossible to find out what's causing the crashes. If anyone has any ideas, I'm open to suggestions..

 

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Originally Posted by Quantum Reality View Post

NoScript can also be set to globally block WebGL, which I set as a matter of routine.
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Problem is VM's don't do well with 3D content at all. And ones that do need expensive workstations, so not the best cost-effective way to do it. Posting these beta builds though seems to be helping though, as I'm pretty sure I know what the issue is, just testing it out now!

It's not even a matter of needing to extensively shake down 3D content, even simpler things like does WF crash with Java and Flash when going to major websites, or the get WebGL test.

Like I said, common use case testing in VMs known to be clean windows installs would be a big frakkin' help.

 

I have a variety of real systems which I test WF on, haven't managed to recreate and issues with Java/Flash. I get what you're saying though.

 

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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Is it recommended to enable to separate process per tab in FF/WF?

Is it also recommended to disable hardware acceleration?

 

 

Depends on if you need to or not. If you're browsing just fine, leave everything as is. But if you're curious turn it on!

 

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Originally Posted by fullmoon View Post

I have tried E10S on nightly, and I'm sure, no E10S on FF33. I haven't multiprocess in task manager.

 

Interesting. Just in-case you don't know, you have to manually open E10S windows on FF33 as the autostart option got removed. (Need menu bar to open an E10s tab)

 

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Kozmos View Post

You are welcome.
In case you are facing troubles with much crashes, yes it is recommended to disable hardware acceleration.

Most probably it has something to do with flash player which triggers some issue with hard acceleration is ON.

How about the problem regarding wf slowing down when there are multiple tabs with flash content on them? Is that also an issue with hardware acceleration? And is it adobe's fault?

 

Hmm ideally it shouldn't be happening at all. Although who knows with flash.

 

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Quote:
Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

How about the problem regarding wf slowing down when there are multiple tabs with flash content on them? Is that also an issue with hardware acceleration? And is it adobe's fault?

I faced this too with WF, especially with FB and youtube where you can find flash player is playing great role. I faced the same slowing down/lagging issue as well.

I tested this with FF 33.0.0/1/2 to see if it will be the same situation, but the problem has disappeared.

Also I would like to add that WF 32.0 was working fine with no slowing down with flash player contents.

Maybe it has something to do with compiling the newer version of WF?

OR maybe it has something to do with an addon (Ad Block Plus) is making some conflicts with flash player?

This is something I can't tell cause I did not test it.

 

Hmm yes I'm thinking maybe some add-ons could be causing this. I'll have a look either way!

 

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Originally Posted by SanderValdur View Post

I must say, I'm very impressed, I'm currently using it and I love it one bit so far biggrin.gif - Finally they decided to make 64 bit Firefox biggrin.gif

 

That's great, glad you're enjoying using Waterfox!

 

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Originally Posted by seti View Post

I meant to say so for sometime now, since the MAC release of WF anyway, that all is well on the MAC front and I glad to say I am now using WF 100% across all my machines. Thanks Alex...great work!

 

Awesome, glad it works well on Mac! You can give 33.0.2 a whirl as well: https://d1th2p59px32bw.cloudfront.net/releases/osx64/installer/Waterfox%2033.0.2%20Setup.mpkg.zip

 

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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Is it recommended for WF/FF to have each tab run their individual process?

 

Depends! I think I answered above :)

 

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Originally Posted by RevZ View Post

WebGL (more specifically, the WebGL test element in Browsermark) worked in 32.0.3 for me, now crashes in 33... What's the status on that by now?

 

Yes I'm aware. It's annoying as I'm struggling very much to sort it out.


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